Sure, drones are becoming more ubiquitous these days, but how many of them resemble prehistoric dinosaurs? PaulG Toys now has an RC-controlled pterodactyl, for those who want a more unique unmanned flying vehicle—and for those who just can’t wait for Jurassic World to come out. With a lithium ion battery, the dino-flyer has a nearly 1,000-foot range, and it can remain in the air for 12 to 15 minutes.
Flying Radio Controlled Pterodactyl
Combine your love of paleontology and aviation into one killer package by taking to the skies with the flying radio controlled pterodactyl.